Las Vegas January 2025

Las Vegas January 2025 Events

Las Vegas January 2025 Events

Kick Off a New Year in Las Vegas with January Events

Average temperature low and high: 39° - 58°
After a roaring New Year's Eve celebration, Las Vegas is moving full steam ahead in 2025. January kicks off trade show season with the eyes of the world on the new technology of CES. On the other end of the spectrum, the AVN Show celebrates the best in adult entertainment. The weather remains cold, but you can stay warm indoors with great Las Vegas entertainment, including a revamped version of Jersey Boys and top-dollar residencies by the likes of U2 and Adele.

January Event Calendar

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan is often stuck in the "bro-country" category, but the Georgia-born singer and songwriter is more than meets the eye. After gaining fame with party anthems "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)" and "Drunk on You," Bryan proved to have remarkable staying power on the country charts and raised his profile on a national level as a judge on American Idol. Along the way, he's been recognized by the Academy of Country Music Awards and Country Music Association Awards while scoring platinum albums and hit after hit.

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Consumer Electronics Show

Consumer Electronics Show

CES, also known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is one of the most anticipated trade events of the year in Las Vegas. Closed to the general public, the expo is expected to draw around 200,000 industry professionals to the Convention Center and other Sin City venues, showcasing the latest in technology for products and services. From cars and computers to phones and televisions, it's a fair game. Think of CES as a glimpse into the future. This is the stuff you'll be buying a year or two from now. 

Weekends with Adele

Weekends with Adele

It's your last chance to see Adele live in Las Vegas... at least for a little while. The multiplatinum singer is peforming the final dates of her "Weekends with Adele" residency at the Colosseum inside Caesars Palace. The show is currently scheduled to wrap by the middle of 2024. Tickets are in high demand and sold out months in advance, but Lavish Vegas always has the best opportunities to score tickets. The shows are earning endless acclaim for renditions of "Rolling in the Deep," "Hello," "Chasing Pavements" and other heartfelt hits. 

AVN Show Las Vegas

AVN Show Las Vegas

The AVN Show is a trade expo dedicated to the adult film industry. The audience is a mix of the general public and industry insiders, who get to meet and mingle with actors, directors and other professionals. An expo shows off the latest adult products with meet-and-greet opportunities while the week-ending AVN Awards is an Oscars-like presentation honoring the the best in adult entertainment. This isn't an event for the shy. The AVN Show takes place at Resorts World on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. 

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U2: UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere

U2: UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere

U2 has redefined the concert-going experience as the first act to play the jaw-dropping Sphere in Las Vegas. The band is back to play a final run of shows in 2024, performing a set of greatest hits and the entirely of 1991's "Achtung Baby" against a massive high-def video wall that creates a series of immersive environments. The Irish rock group delivers on all fronts, mixing art, music and technology in a futuristic venue off the Las Vegas Strip. You'll never hear hits like "Where the Streets Have No Name" the same way again. 

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Styx

Classic rock titans Styx are back in a familiar venue, perfomring their annual mini-residency at the Venetian Theater on the Las Vegas Strip. The band knows how to captivate a concert audience, performing a career-spanning hits set that includes straight-ahead rockers like "Too Much Time on My Hands" and epic ballads like "Come Sail Away." Founding member Dennis DeYoung hasn't played in the group for years, but Styx remains a tight live act with James “JY” Young, Tommy Shaw, Chuck Panozzo, Todd Sucherman, Lawrence Gowan and Ricky Phillips and Will Evankovich.

 

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Las Vegas Events in January

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